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Merchants of Addiction – Reliance as a Tool of Tyranny

Merchants of Addiction – Reliance as a Tool of Tyranny

Beginning with Jamestown (circa 1607), American life has been organized around and dependent upon the notion of rigorous self-reliance. In early America, self-reliance was a given. There wasn't much choice for the early patriots. After all, staying alive was paramount, and there were no grocery ...
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Woke Means Walking Away from the Party

Woke Means Walking Away from the Party

In 2004, when I was in 8th grade, I took part in the political election process by going door-to-door placing pamphlets, notebooks, and ballots on registered Democrats' doorsteps. I was excited! I felt I had really made a difference in helping, for what I thought at ...
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Biden Doubles Down On Division

Biden Doubles Down On Division

President Joe Biden was in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Tuesday speaking at an event remembering the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa race massacre. Instead of taking the high road and delivering an uplifting speech he chose to double down on a false narrative. The low road ...
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Arizona Republicans Have a Good Foundation to Build Upon

Arizona Republicans Have a Good Foundation to Build Upon

In the months leading up to the election, D.C. pundits predicted that Republicans would fall short and succumb to a “blue wave.” Left-wing groups poured massive amounts of out-of-state dark money into Arizona. Despite this financial barrage, we held our ground. In conjunction with the ...
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AZGOP – La Noticias: Gloria Bodilla

iVoteAmerica Call for Education Revival

Precious Feet: A Symbol of Life

Precious Feet: A Symbol of Life

In a Portland hospital in 1970, Dr. Russell Sacco took a photograph that continues to fuel the Pro-Life Movement to this day. Convinced of his pro-life convictions but disturbed by the lack of education he received in medical school regarding fetal development, Dr. Sacco began studying the issue and discussing it with colleagues. In 1970, he visited a friend at ...
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Border Takeaways: Broken Promises, Borders and Families

Border Takeaways: Broken Promises, Borders and Families

A Bit of Background In my 2018 Congressional Campaign in Tennessee’s 1st Congressional District, I always said: “A nation that fails to protect its borders, is a nation that’s failing to protect its people and a nation who fails to protect its people, isn’t a nation.” It’s not the most original or the snappiest quote, but it’s nevertheless true. In ...
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iVoteArizona David and Goliath

What if Goliath Killed David?

We all recall the biblical story of David and Goliath. In the story, a slight, unimpressive, shepherd boy takes on the biggest thug in the 'hood, a guy named Goliath. It's tale of size, muscle and might facing-off with a geeky young man who spent his time in the hills writing poetry and middle eastern music. Because its true, biblical ...
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